Lady gets GHc74K, bungalow and scholarship from prominent politician for breaking 29-year record at her university Ghana news
- A Nigerian lady was recognized by the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dr Dapo Abiodun, as the top student in the Faculty of Clinical Sciences, OUA.
- Dr Joy Oyinlola Adesina received N5million, bungalow and scholarship for his residency program at Olabisi Onabanjo University Hospital, OUTH
- Reacting to the feat of the lady who saw her break a 29-year record that existed in the faculty, the governor said she had proven that it was possible to achieve extraordinary success.
Dr Joy Oyinlola Adesina was honored by the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dr Dapo Abiodun, for being the top graduate student in the Faculty of Clinical Sciences at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
Governor Dapo honored the brilliant lady’s achievement in a physical awards show that was recently shared on his Facebook page.
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The governor presented the lady with a letter of allocation of a bungalow and announced a cash donation of 5 million naira.
He also presented her with a scholarship for her residency program at Olabisi Onabanjo University Hospital, OUTH.
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While congratulating the lady on being a good ambassador for the state, he said her achievement showed that with commitment, dedication and hard work, you can achieve extraordinary success.
She broke the record for more than two decades
Although the university was established in 1961, the faculty of science was established in 1992, a statement on the official school website confirmed.
As the best graduate student the faculty has ever produced, that means the lady has broken a 29-year record.
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Sofekun Ezekiel commented:
“Thank you very much sir, this is better than endorsing bbnaija.”
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Olalekan Timothy Olanrewaju said:
“It’s a welcome development. Well done sir.”
Olaniyi Adegun said:
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Student who broke 39-year-old record screams
During this time, YEN.com.gh previously reported that an IMSU graduate who broke a 39 year old man file at the university said that none of the people who promised him gifts redeemed them.
More than 8 months later, nothing has been done to recognize his achievement by his institution and the people who have promised rewards have not kept their word.